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Grind & Brew Thermal Coffee Maker


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Grind & Brew Thermal Coffee Maker

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Made of:
plastic/thermal carafe
8.27" x 11.61" x 16.34"
brushed chrome/black
Refer to included instructions.
Limited 3-year warranty.

Why We Love This

This thermal automatically grinds up to 8 oz of fresh beans before brewing your morning coffee. You have the option of choosing from strong, medium or mild brews. Its grind control system ensures that you can select the amount of coffee you want to make, from 2 to 12 cups. Other features include: commercial-style permanent filter, charcoal water filter to remove impurities, 24-hour advance programming, a 12-cup (5 ounces each) double-wall insulated thermal carafe, and the Brew Pause feature which allows you to enjoy a cup before brewing is finished.

About Cuisinart

Sleek, good-looking, hardworking, and there for the duration, Cuisinart has all the makings of a perfect partner. Having won the praise of James Beard and Jacques Pépin, the brand is a kitchen superstar for kitchen superstars and has been a classic foodie favorite ever since its revolutionary food processor hit the States in 1973.